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Children's Literature Supports a Sense of Place through Local Connections

Community Resources Support Place-Based Explorations of Children’s Literature

Thanks to western Massachusetts’ incredibly high concentration of resident children’s authors and illustrators, as well as the many picture books set in the area, the region is chock full of opportunities to engage in place- and community-based studies of exciting and engaging children’s literature. 1,032 more words

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2015 Belleville Zombie 5K #bellevillezombie5k #belleville #bellevilledda #booville #buyitinbelleville #MovingTheMitten

Thank you to everyone who came out to run, walk, ralk, volunteer, or support us in the 2015 Belleville Zombie 5K. BNT seniors Brittany Jones and Marissa Higgins did all of the planning for this event.   99 more words


Fall Ball Goes Global

For spring sports like baseball and lacrosse, the fall season is a chance to shake off the rust of the summer, gel with new teammates, and face some opponents you wouldn’t normally. 563 more words

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The tagline “we need diverse books” has become a hot button topic for libraries this year. But why do our students need diverse books? 295 more words

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